Notes on the History of Fork and Join - IEEE Journals & Magazine edit / delete

The terms are surprisingly old -- there's a 1963 paper with a diagram that's pretty much what's on my CMP202 slides.

to concurrent fork history parallel retrocomputing ... on 02 February 2018

libdill edit / delete

Lightweight fork-join concurrency in C.

to c concurrency coroutine lightweight-processes parallel ... on 14 October 2016

Rayon: data parallelism in Rust - Baby Steps edit / delete

Safe fork-join parallelism in Rust through ownership types.

to language-design ownership parallel programming rust type-systems ... on 28 February 2016

AWS-CloudDesignPattern edit / delete

"The AWS Cloud Design Patterns (CDP) are a collection of solutions and design ideas for using AWS cloud technology to solve common systems design problems." A nice collection.

to cloud distributed parallel patterns ... on 01 July 2014

Douglas C. Heggie edit / delete

David MacTaggart recommended the N-body systems here.

to astrophysics nbody parallel simulation ... on 28 April 2014

Energy-efficient bcrypt cracking (Passwords^13 - PasswordsCon Bergen 2013) edit / delete

Keys/second/watt for various architectures. The manycore ones do very well -- they aren't fast as such but they're very power-efficient for the performance they get.

to bcrypt cryptography efficiency manycore parallel performance power ... on 18 February 2014

checkedthreads: bug-free shared memory parallelism edit / delete

Fork-join framework with static checking assisted by Valgrind. Good description of how the analysis works.

to ag0803 concurrency parallel software static-analysis valgrind ... on 15 December 2013

FrontPage - parasail edit / delete

"ParaSail is a new parallel programming language designed to support the development of inherently safe and secure, highly parallel applications that can be mapped to multicore, manycore, heterogeneous, or distributed architectures."

to language-design parallel parasail programming ... on 14 December 2013

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